It failed because he's not very good. Can't fit a square peg in a round hole.
The OP is talking about his push early last year.well you can't really expect a guy that went missing for months to be over all of a sudden, they didn't hype him up, they didn't even establish where he was, all they did was "oh its rob terry and is with inmortal!!!"
the reaction to this? none...
people didn't care enough, and to be honest... the guy is just a big mountain of muscles, too slow
if they had bothered to hype him, then maybe his push would have worked
Agree 100%, the way he became a babyface didn't help either.No in-ring ability, no promo ability, no natural charisma, presence only stemming from his size, very little atheltic ability in comparison to other works on the roster, the usual inconsistent booking, and an irritating hairdo.
If you want to know why the push of Rob Terry failed so hard is to simply watch the man. Watch him. What a waste of, well, nothing.So why did his push fail? Personally i think TNA had the right idea, but pushed the wrong man. Just my two cents. Now they can re-do what they wanted to do with Terry but with someone with more talent like Crimson lol